2nd Grade Halloween Daily Math Review includes the worksheets with various problems reviewed on one page. These warm-up worksheets are designed for practicing and reviewing the math skills for grade 2 during October.
Each practice page contains seven problems. They give your kids a chance to revise concepts that students have been taught or expose them to ones they have not yet learned.
Using morning work worksheets assist you in understanding math difficulty with your kids, concentrating on the specified concept, and providing more practice for your students.
Use these printable worksheets as morning work, homework, and practice work to review the Common Core standards.
The answer key is also included!!
Skills included are:
- odd /even
- Missing Addends.
- Comparing Numbers.
- Word Problems.
- Place Value.
- Expanded Form.
- Word Form.
- Number bond.
- Mental math.
- Three-digit addition/subtraction
- Make 10/20.
- Count by 1’s,5’s,10s, and 100s.
- Number line
- 100 more/100 less
For instance, download this printable worksheet:
How to save this free 2nd Grade Halloween Daily Math Review Worksheet:
- Click and hold (Mac) or right mouse click (PC) on of the image below until a dialog box appears.
- If you are using Internet Explorer, select “Download image to disk.” If you are using Google Chrome, select “Save this image as.”
- A box pops up asking you where you want to save the image to. Navigate to the folder in which you want to keep your images.
- Usually, you’ll want to rename the image, giving it a name that will make sense to you a few months down the line. In the “Save image as” box, change the name of the picture to the name you have chosen.
- If you are working on a Mac, also make sure that the name you choose ends in .jpg (if you are using a PC it will automatically insert this extension for you).
- Click on the “save” button. You now have an identical copy of this worksheet.
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2nd Grade Halloween Daily Math Review Worksheets
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